Desktop Counter Calendar

Pideas

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Has anyone ever tried printing desktop calendars on the wide format printer? I'm working on a job for 1000+ desktop calendars. Size is approximately 11x16". I'm considering running this on removable vinyl but not sure if there's a better way of doing this. After printing, I would use my Summa to kiss cut the print. Any recommendations for what type of vinyl to use? Is there a better way to do this?

Thanks.
 

timalh3

New Member
Has anyone ever tried printing desktop calendars on the wide format printer? I'm working on a job for 1000+ desktop calendars. Size is approximately 11x16". I'm considering running this on removable vinyl but not sure if there's a better way of doing this. After printing, I would use my Summa to kiss cut the print. Any recommendations for what type of vinyl to use? Is there a better way to do this?

Thanks.
get someone with a xerox digital printer or a print shop with a print press they would do that in minutes for you
 

Johnny Best

Active Member
Why not use some 1-3mm pvc as the base, print vinyl calendar, laminate with 5mil polycarbonate, adhere it to pvc bace.
You could go 11x16 or make it a mousepad.
 

Lue

New Member
I always get mine from the same platforms; the last one downloaded was the printable January 2023 calendar. I usually print them on simple glossed paper, so I can't give you any recommendations regarding what type of vinyl to choose. However, if you are in charge of this whole project, I thought it would be easier for you to have a platform where you can download them and have the same design all the time with the minimum effort since the calendars here are free.
 
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gnubler

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With 12 pages each? They sell these at the dollar store. I have one on my desk and use it daily. I write on it with ballpoint pen or pencil, which wouldn't really work on laminated vinyl. Dry erase is just going to rub off on elbows, etc.
 

netsol

Premium Subscriber
With 12 pages each? They sell these at the dollar store. I have one on my desk and use it daily. I write on it with ballpoint pen or pencil, which wouldn't really work on laminated vinyl. Dry erase is just going to rub off on elbows, etc.
you are exactly right.
THEYBSELL THESE AT THE DOLLAR STORE

for thoseof younthat don't know what that means, the buyer for the dollar store pays $0.24 ea in quantity

at $0.25 it is a deal killer
 
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